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Your AI Research Assistant and Startup Signals

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🎧The AI-powered Era of Scientific Discovery Is Here

Dr. Bradley Love is building a tool that can predict the future

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Paramount’s Dilemma: Content Isn’t King—Distribution Is

Half a century removed from its glory days, the Hollywood giant has a new rescue plan

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Why Talk to Customers When You Can Simulate Them?

How artificial intelligence can help you understand what makes people tick

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Blue-sky Thinking

Plus: Learn how to manipulate AI tools to get better results

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Chain of Thought

When AI Gets More Capable, What Will Humans Do?

We used to be sculptors. We're all about to be gardeners.

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Also True for Humans

Reverse-engineer Your Creativity With AI

Know when to copy—and when to go against the grain

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